Nigeria Needs the World but the World Watches in Silence

A protester stands atop a police structure in Ikeja, capital of Lagos state, during #EndSARS demonstrations on October 11, 2020. Ayodeji Adegoroye (@ayodeji_dodo)/Twitter

If the #EndSARS protest were a black man shot fatally by a white American police officer, the whole world would erupt in protest. Unfortunately, it’s not. The ongoing #EndSARS protest screams Nigeria and so the world watches in silence.

When then officer Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd by pressing his knee against the neck of George Floyd for over 8 minutes, the…

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